Which country is the poorest in the world?
In a world where the average person spends about $15,000 on essentials like food, clothing and health care, poor travelers can expect to live in extreme poverty in places like Yemen and Bangladesh.
In the Philippines, where poverty has reached unprecedented levels, poor people earn just $1 per day, and are forced to rely on donations from others in the region.
The poor in Nepal, Bangladesh, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are also often left without basic necessities such as food, medicine, clothing, and shelter.
While many countries in the Asia-Pacific region have reached poverty levels, some of the most vulnerable regions in the Middle East, North Africa, and the Middle-East, as well as in Africa, are experiencing some of its worst humanitarian crises, according to the International Rescue Committee.
For the Middle Eastern region, the dire situation is especially acute because of the massive influx of people who come from the region to find a better life.
According to the group, more than 2.5 million Syrians and Iraqis have fled the conflict since 2011, with over half of those fleeing Syria being displaced within their own country.
In addition to the crisis in Syria, other countries are also facing major crises in their countries, including Yemen, Iraq, and Nigeria.
The number of people displaced by these countries in recent years has reached a staggering 690 million, according the United Nations.
The United Nations estimates that there are approximately 13 million refugees around the world, with many in Europe and Asia.
The United Nations expects that by 2020, almost 1 billion refugees will be displaced by the global refugee crisis.
The Middle East and North Africa have seen the greatest increase in the number of refugees, according U.N. figures.
The region is also home to the largest number of internally displaced persons, with more than 1.3 million people.
The UNHCR estimates that a third of the population in Syria is internally displaced, which makes up about half of the total population.
Many of these people are from Syria’s two largest provinces, Aleppo and Idlib, and some are Syrian citizens.
The number of Syrian refugees has doubled in the last five years, to more than 250,000.
In Iraq, the situation is even more dire.
Since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, the number has quadrupled, to nearly 1.6 million.
According to the U